Red Hat, now part of IBM, offers a suite of Linux OS solutions for cloud-native data center orchestration including support for OpenStack, Containers, Kubernetes, and Apache Kafka. Red Hat Enterprise Linux powers web servers across the hosting industry with network security, DevOps, and data science tools.
The Red Hat Service Mesh is designed for microservice architecture. With cross-platform runtime capacity on public cloud for projects with the most demanding requirements, Red Hat solutions are optimal for hybrid cloud workloads.
TypeHost data center engineers are Red Hat certified and available for systems administration work on a remote basis.
SUSE Linux is optimal for data center orchestration with Kubernetes following the company’s acquisition of Rancher Labs in 2020. The SUSE Rancher Open Source Container Management Platform is their flagship Kubernetes distribution for bare-metal or multi-cloud infrastructure. Rancher supports any CNCF-certified Kubernetes distro on public and private cloud hardware with tools for CI/CD, network analytics, and service mesh.
TypeHost data center engineers are certified in SUSE Linux and Kubernetes administration with experience working on HPC projects. We recommend SUSE Linux for complete data center solutions in the cloud hosting sector. We offer technical support for enterprise brands, industrial operations, ML model training, and global logistics with real-time event-driven data analytics.
Ubuntu Linux is one of the most popular operating systems for web servers in data centers traditionally. Ubuntu Linux is developed and maintained by Canonical, who also offers Kubernetes and OpenStack distributions. Canonical Kubernetes and OpenStack provide Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) capabilities for public and private cloud hardware deployments.
TypeHost data center engineers manage Canonical Kubernetes and OpenStack hardware on-site or through remote systems administration. We optimize cloud hosting using Ubuntu Linux to maintain web servers that can be installed with any stack software. TypeHost provides comprehensive Ubuntu Linux solutions for clients in web hosting with SDDC management, multi-cloud networking, and container orchestration.
Debian Linux is a free, open-source OS recommended for web server reliability and long-term project stability. OpenStack Victoria is a scalable and modular cloud computing platform for deploying data center resources. Kubernetes is used with Debian primarily for automating the management of containerized applications with elastic scalability on HA or HPC workloads.
TypeHost development teams use Debian Linux with container technologies such as Docker to provide a platform for deploying and managing microservice applications in a distributed environment. We maintain Kubernetes cluster servers for cloud-native software application support across multiple public cloud service providers for client projects with “big data” requirements.
cPanel is a browser-based control panel for managing shared, dedicated, and VPS web hosting services. cPanel provides a GUI that allows users to configure web server settings, email inboxes, MySQL databases, file storage, and CDN integration. Additional plugins for cPanel enable one-click script installation, advanced security features, and anti-spam protection for user accounts.
TypeHost development teams are experienced in web server administration with cPanel for cloud hosting support. We offer technical services to clients in the web hosting industry for cPanel, CloudLinux, and WHMCS deployment on multi-cloud hardware. Our devops teams provide 24/7/365 technical support services for customers using cPanel servers to host their projects.
WHMCS is a software solution for web hosting companies to automate billing, customer support, and account management on shared hardware platforms. WHMCS provides administrative tools for provisioning servers, partitioning storage, creating cPanel accounts, monitoring services, and network analytics. WHMCS helps web hosting companies to streamline their data center, business management, and ecommerce operations.
TypeHost engineers offer administrative support for WHMCS to web hosting businesses on a remote basis related to billing, invoicing, support tickets, domain management, service configuration, report generation, network security, and platform analytics. We also assist startup companies launching new platforms with cPanel, CloudLinux, and WHMCS engineering.
Webuzo is a browser-based control panel that is designed for managing Virtual Private Servers (VPS). It provides a GUI that allows users to install web server frameworks like Apache and NGINX with database software, programming language extensions, and other components for runtime optimization. Webuzo can also be used to install scripts like WordPress, Drupal, and Magento on web server hardware with dependencies.
TypeHost development teams rely on Webuzo for VPS administration in support of cloud software applications. We use Webuzo to flexibly configure development environments for programming language requirements, as well as to optimize VPS performance with caching systems like Redis and Varnish.
Virtuozzo and OpenVZ have advanced from hypervisor-based virtualization solutions designed for VPS platform orchestration to include OpenStack and Kubernetes distributions for complete data center management. Both platforms utilize KVM with AWS S3 compatible storage for hosting VPS and VM partitions in secure, isolated environments with containers on multi-tenant hardware.
TypeHost data center engineers support Virtuozzo and OpenVZ for remote and on-site data center administration in the cloud hosting industry. We recommend Virtuozzo for managing containers in Kubernetes, configuring network storage with Ceph, and monitoring resource usage on multi-cloud hardware with OpenStack load balancing for VPS/VM hosting platforms.
SolusVM is a virtualization management solution for VPS platforms that includes a suite of integration tools for web hosting businesses. SolusVM works with Virtuozzo, OpenVZ, KVM, cPanel, Plesk, and WHMCS for managing VPS and VM hosting accounts for customers. The software includes ThinLVM for physical storage partitions and incremental backups.
TypeHost data center technicians support SolusVM for the requirements of independent cloud hosting companies. We provide remote network administration services for SolusVM that include ecommerce automation, monitoring systems, security testing, and platform development. SolusVM launch kits help us to jumpstart new managed WordPress and Git hosting projects.
KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is an open source virtualization technology that is built into the Linux kernel. It allows multiple isolated virtual environments to be run on a single physical host machine. Each guest can run its own operating system and applications as if it were running on its own physical hardware. KVM is used as a hypervisor for VPS hosting plans.
TypeHost data center engineers deploy KVM with libvirt for configuration of virtual machines. We use KVM virtualization on Windows and Linux web servers for cloud hosting with cPanel or Webuzo for administration in CMS web development. We build web hosting solutions for clients with KVM on VMware, Virtuozzo, OpenVZ, and SolusVM projects, including WHMCS support.
Microsoft Hyper-V is a hypervisor technology that is distributed with the Windows operating system. It allows multiple copies of Windows or Linux to be run in isolated virtual environments on a host machine. Each VM can be installed with specific software as required for backwards compatibility testing, legacy code migration, or custom development in sandbox environments.
TypeHost development teams support Microsoft Hyper-V on Windows desktop for programming requirements where it is necessary to run multiple operating systems on the same hardware. We primarily use Hyper-V for software testing, replicating legacy systems compatibility, disaster recovery, and research involving Linux/BSD operating systems on Windows.
Containerd represents the current evolution of the Docker Engine which is now developed under open source licensing with stewardship from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Containerd has become the de facto standard for container virtualization with Kubernetes. Containerd provides automated lifecycle management for container images to scale elastically with resource demand and user traffic rates.
TypeHost devops teams are experienced in using containerd with Kubernetes for cloud native software support on public cloud hardware from AWS, Azure, GCP, and DigitalOcean. We use YAML and Helm charts with Docker, Bitnami, and other services for Kubernetes package management in our programming teams.
Docker containers are a lightweight and portable form of virtualization that allows users to run applications in multi-tenant environments with isolated security and elastic scalability. Each container includes all of the dependencies and libraries that are needed to run a specific application, making it easier to configure web servers consisently on public cloud harware.
TypeHost developers use Docker containers with YAML and Helm to deploy containers on Kubernetes cluster servers. YAML defines the configuration of containers. Helm is a package manager that declares dependencies through charts. We specialize in building cloud-native containerized applications with Kubernetes support for event-driven architecture, SaaS/PaaS, and ML pipelines.
Bitnami provides full-stack development solutions for Agile programming teams collaborating on enterprise software design. Canonical distributions of web scripts with stack software include databases, programming languages, and other runtime extensions packaged with YAML and Helm charts for container orchestration with Kubernetes that are free to use in production.
TypeHost programming teams use Bitnami resources for virtual machines, cloud images, and containers in support of desktop environments and data center servers. Bitnami is now part of the VMware ecosystem, making it a recommended resource for cloud-native software development projects deployed with the Tanzu Kubernetes distribution or other public cloud hardware.
Kata Containers are an alternative open source container virtualization runtime originally developed by Intel, now governed by the Open Infrastructure Foundation. Kata Containers are used in data center management and cloud-native software development primarily in high-security environments such as financial services, telecom, and government organizations.
TypeHost data center experts are available for Kata Container engineering work on client projects with Docker, Kubernetes, and OpenStack integration requirements. Kata Containers provide hardened security for public, private, hybrid, or multi-cloud networking on distributed global hardware. The framework is used with AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) technology.
Kubernetes began as an internal solution for the operation of cloud software platforms like Gmail, Workspace, & YouTube in Google’s hyperscale data centers. The framework has become a world standard after release under open source licensing in 2015.
TypeHost provides clients with custom software development, managed cloud cluster server deployment, and DevOps team administration of Kubernetes on public cloud hardware with Prometheus, Grafana, & New Relic for real-time monitoring.
Our engineering teams utilize Kubernetes hosting for high-availability runtime requirements. Cloud-native software, event-driven architecture, streaming media, metaverse, and other “big data” applications deploy elastically with Kubernetes to support millions of online users with simultaneous platform services.
VMware delivers complete solutions for Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) orchestration on public, private, hybrid, and multi-cloud hardware based on virtualization and containerization.
TypeHost data center engineering teams support web server virtualization with vSphere, vRealize Cloud Management deployments, Bitnami container images, and the Kubernetes Tanzu distribution for elastic hardware requirements.
TypeHost offers project management services for complex organizations migrating to the public cloud for data center operations with integrated software development & multi-cloud network administration by VMware-certified DevOps teams.
The HashiCorp Cloud Platform includes Terraform, Vault, Consul, Vagrant, and other components for multi-cloud orchestration. These software solutions for cloud data center management have pioneered Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) methodologies across enterprise IT departments globally. Terraform includes tools for cloud compliance, version control, and private registry administration. Vagrant is primarily used for VM deployments.
TypeHost engineers are certified in cloud data center administration with HashiCorp solutions. We provide BPO services with HashiCorp tools for hybrid and multi-cloud requirements.
TypeHost software development solutions include managed cloud hosting, CI/CD, feature upgrades for code, ongoing security testing, and platform maintenance with 24/7/365 customer support. We use Mirantis solutions for DevOps teams as required by the project or as outsourcing service providers for clients.
Nutanix data center solutions are recommended for hyper-converged infrastructure installations in hybrid cloud constructs. The software provides solutions for virtualization, software-defined networking (SDN), cloud storage, and network security. Nutanix Cloud Manager includes over 250 automated audits for public cloud environments designed for compliance reports.
Our DevOps engineers are experienced in building hybrid and multi-cloud solutions for enterprise organizations worldwide. TypeHost supports Nutanix data center solutions on public cloud hardware with VMware integration for Kubernetes deployments.
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